When working on ‘title’ being used in digest we noticed that two other users on the same multisite host reported that email delivery was having issues. It turns out that they were able to see emails belonging to another forum in their Sidekiq “Retries” overview.
Sidekiq web probably should be hidden from all but main site
And logs, etc. Just like Wordpress has a main network instance and the rest are slaves.
Logs is actually isolated , isolating sidekiq is a pain
Would it be possible to create some kind of
Discourse::Application.routes.draw do match "/404", to: "exceptions#not_found", via: [:get, :post] get "/404-body" => "exceptions#not_found_body" if Rails.env == "development" mount Sidekiq::Web => "/sidekiq" mount Logster::Web => "/logs" else mount Sidekiq::Web => "/sidekiq", constraints: MainSiteAdminConstraint.new mount Logster::Web => "/logs", constraints: MainSiteAdminConstraint.new end get "site" => "site#index"
Yes, this is the only correct thing to do here, we can’t even allow developers cause people can potentially fake a developer account